Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month

Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
Class Formation Corners for February: Presidents Day, EWeek, Black History Month
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Time for a Brain Break! Class Formation Corners structure allows students to move and interact in small groups. Movement and interaction are important to energize brain and body allowing for healthy concentration and performance.

Ts ask a question or propose a topic. Each corner of the room is designated as an area representing a different response to the topic. Ss then move to the appropriate corner corresponding to their own thinking. This develops both inter-personal and intra-personal skills. Ss take turns speaking and listening, practicing good manners for interaction and respecting the viewpoints of others. And it provides Ts with a perspective of individuals and their ability to affirm their personality.

This Class Formation Corners structure topic is February Holidays. Here are some sample questions:

Valentine's Day
• Which one would you rather receive: a valentine card or flowers? Flowers or candy? Candy or gift?

President's Day
• If you could make a modern Mount Rushmore, which one American president of the four would you be certain to include? Why?
• If you could make a modern Mount Rushmore, who would you include? Would they be American presidents?

National Engineering Week
• Which of the four (Archimedes, da Vinci, Edison, Musk) is THE greatest inventor?
• What do you think are the three most important or interesting inventions since 1850? How about since 1950?

Black History Month
• Who are some of the individuals who have contributed to U.S. black history in this topic?
• How does black history of this topic help to tell the story of what it means to be an American?

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